fbpx

Grow 365

Grow 365: Revive 2021

Our hearts. Our homes. Our Church

OUR GROW365 CAMPAIGN HAS NOW ENDED. AS ALWAYS, WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO CONTINUE READING YOUR BIBLE DAILY IN THE PURSUIT OF CHRISTLIKENESS. STAY TUNED FOR OUR NEXT CHURCH-WIDE BIBLE READING INITIATIVE!

Grow365 started in 2019 with a chronological reading of the Bible. In 2020-2021 we remained in the Grow365 theme, but we dug a little deeper into the overarching story of the Bible.

Join us as we revive our hearts, homes, and church in 2021 with our new reading plan through the New Testament. We will continue with verse memorization and daily reading passages, but we will also have exciting resources to offer throughout the year to help you in your studies.

Along with a printed version of the reading plan and other online resources, this year the plan will also be available from the YouVersion Bible app. Click this link to join us in reading through the New Testament together.

Download the YouVersion app to follow along from your mobile device.

“The Bible tells the story of God’s redemptive work to restore fallen mankind into a relationship with Him and then He invites us to join Him in that redemptive work.”

Michael Priest

Senior Pastor

Questions to ask as you read:

What does it say?

Read the text as though you are a detective, looking for evidence. Nothing in God’s Word is insignificant!

What does it mean?

Context is king! Don’t ask, “What does this mean to me?”, but rather, “What does this mean?” Period!

What does it teach?

What is the “timeless truth” that anyone anywhere can base their life upon?

What do I do?

A truth not practiced is a truth never really learned or believed. What will you do with what God has shown you?

Remember:

  • Trust God to speak to you. Read expectantly!
  • Don’t try too hard. Avoid the tendency to look beyond what is in the text.
  • Think! Reading the Bible is not like watching TV; think! Meditate on what you read!
  • Put into practice what you learn and hear from God through His Word.

Week 52 | Matthew 5:16

16 Your light must shine before people in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.

This Week’s Reading

X